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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL ii. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, 2, 1909. NO. 241. IN NORTH WARD Municipal Matters Discussed-Candi- dates Not Named MAN DRANK FORMALDEHYDE In. Mistake For An Over It (Special to the Herald) Taber, Sept. L. McLean, of Purple''Springs, yesterday ate some canned beef and thought he was 'poi- soned for he felt sick. Having read somewhere a recipe which, said to drink alcohol and follow same with an emetic of mustard and in some way he took a. drink of formal- dehyde in mistake, and feeling sick- er, he hurried to a neighbor's where emetics were given. He felt much better, this morning and will likely recover from the effects of his double dose. v i NO TRUTH IN IT Montreal, Que., Oct. A. Allan, vice president of the Allan steamship line staged tonight that there was no truth.'in. the report that the C. P. E. had absorbed the line or that it would do so in the imme- diate future. Quite large number of the North Ward residents met in Westminster Church last night for the discussion of the establishment of a polling booth in that part of the city and the secur- ing of proper representation on next year's, city council. Robert Mmmons fais voted to the chair and opened the meeting few remarks on the need of the North Ward1 for proper representation so as to secure for them, the civic improve- ments in the shape of siiwers and sidewalks that they .deserved. Mr. Nimmons referred to the construction of a sewer to the Duff Addition where the population was not nearly so large and thought that the North Ward merited the construction of sewers there far more than the residents of the Buff Addition. Wants Ward System Arthur Frayne was called upon to address the meeting on these subjects and stated that although this seemed an early date to talk about elections! oct 1 reputable if the cityadopted the ward.system as 1 citizens 01 lunction, which LAID CORNERSTONE BRILLIANT CEREMONY AT TOE CAPITAL Earl Grey Welcomed By Lieutenant Governor Bulyea and Premier Patriotic and Eloquent Address Edmonton, -Oct. l.-The corner pleasure for nie to you this a sense of your belief m the greatness stone or the new parliament build- trowel and ask you to perform this 'of your destiny Alberta, was laid tnis after- ceremony, ceremony wMcHVill be "It is only right and fitting that noon m the presence of an immense a, landmark in. -the. memories of all'! this beautiful city, the railway and f'lprntVi "rwirt -IT _____ j. i__.' i T. i of people from all over I province. Earl Grey handled the Then lion .A political Gushing told wikat! of twice centre of a groat province as large -an araa as the MOUNT BAKER IS IN ERUPTION and levelling; of the mortal the to be placed m the sl.ne waa' united Kingdom, distinguished for its Lurid Flare Seen From Top Qf Mountain From Mis- sion Junction trowel- and tapping Of the s tone, prove j that to contain The premKr handed the feitilitj, for the %anety and the he had long passed the period ofjliui a magmfcent siher trowel and abundance of us undeveloped wealth apprenticeship, in the comer .tone the corner stone was laid rarl Grey half way between Winnipeg laying business. then addressed the gathe-mff. His and Prince Rupert on the main r0ute J he proceedings of today was particularly happj and between the Occident and the Orient o clocK inspiring aunnrably ed bj three great rail- way systems, should be provided with and executive buildings the parliament build ONE PRISONER KILLED ANOTHER Philadelphia, Oct. Italian whose name is said to be Pedro Gram itoni was killed today by a fellow prisoner in the county prison at Holmesburg, a suburb. Other than to admit that there had been, some sort of fight within the walls of the prison officials of the institution re- fuse: to give out any information re- garding the affair. living in the neighborhood of the jail de- clare they heard several Shots fired within the prison. STRATTON'S CASE IS STRENGTHENED Peterbaro, Ont., Oct. West Peterboro election trial is practically over. The cross-examination of J.- E. Stratton by Mr. DuVernet this morn- ing was unproductive of any practi- cal results, save to' the case of-'the' defence. Mr. Stratton again denied having any formal or- ganization and stated that he paid nearly all the campaign expenses vlich' r p _ winch karl Grey and party viewed stand in front of the Yale noun on -Jasper avenue. The govei Earl Grey's Address Egrl Grey spoke as follows privilege to preside in 1905 v hich. is being asked in a petition now' in circulation that it would be neces- sary to divide, the voters' list and this would require considerable time. He remarked that it was most es- sential that a polling booth should be established in that part of the city lies duectl} north ot Mount Baker, on the Ccoiadian side, announced lo- Jaj thxt or Tucsda- afternoon the} plamh saw Mount BakCr m eruption V column 01 was noticed Sun- afternoon On Tuesdav powerful Meld cs secured A and it would most assuredly result and stoart.> m iss ot smoke and vapoi in fairer expression of opinion be seen coming irom the east- at the elections allowing many to vote orn Ixak forward thorth by who found a great difficulty in gett- ing to the polls so far' away from them. He referred briefly to the ward sys- tem of civic government and explain- ed a number'oi ways- in it could .be worked out. In closing, Mr. Frayne read the section of the ,by-j law referring to those qualified to vote on municipal elections and ad- vised every one present to be sure that his.name was on the list if he were entitled to a vote. Alderman King There Alderman King was present and lands: was asked to make 3. few remarks on these subjects. He wished correct the chair- that a sewer was outpom through mam top This' Gov2rnor Genera! of until nightfall when a' 'und tiaie could ijC seen Since TUBS-' dax the summit of Baker had been' hidden clouds 1 WEMcLEOD WAS KILLED BRITISH NOT GETTING TRADE Americans Are Ahead Of Them In Canada London, Oct. ''in- vasion" of Canada is the. subject of an article in the Daily Mail today by Frederick A. recently was sent to study conditions in tha Dominion, particularly with regard to the outlook lor British, trade Was Run Over By Wagon Near the Royal Collieries Last evening about six o'clock ;as j William McLeod, a carpenter work- i ing for the Royal Collieries, was.rid- "The Americans haie secured three- fifths of the import trade of Cana- declares ili ilcKenzie, "and done it through systematic ustamed and uell planned work fho English invest only m deben- tures and preference shares yielding fair fixed interest wi.th little risk and no control The Americans build fac tones and acquire the retail business The lesult it, that a .large part of Canadian manufacturing today as in. the hands of Americans and the pol- of many of the stores is dictated I by them j In Umaipef, alone there are i hundred fams working wholly or m part on money. In city after the leading stores have Americans standing behind them Needless to saj the Ajnencans do not British goods The United ing on a load of lumber going to View with G. L Fraser and the driver in some wa> he fell off the j American States maintains one hundred and twentj eight coasulai agents in Can- main work is to promote interests and act as an Yesterday Laid thV Cornerstone of the Parliament Buildings ALBERTA PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS The Cornerstone of Which Was Laid Yesterday witn Full Ceremonies. SALE OF SCHOOL nm general at this point was also o'ver thp coming-of-age festivities of o? Victoria and Ottawa may load and thp wagon passed over his body One of his companions hur- ried to call medical assistance while the other placed the injured man in the most comfortable position possi- ble But before Dr Mewburn. who I was called could arrive the man vras dead The police and the coroner were notified but did not consider an -ITI- qtust necessary The body -vras tak- American commercial intelligence staff." HAVE KICK AGAINST FAST FREIGHT SYSTEM Coal City Company Lost Money Through Delay of Shiprrent to thd Herald.) Coal Ciiy, Get water -works LANDS AT ZEALAND1A [presented With an address from the people of the ProMnce of A.H erta to be tho source of pndc and to Fetterly's undertalong parlors i plpes have'arrived and are Ottawa, Ont Oct 1 Notice appears citj in the Canada Gazette that a sale of' school lands will be held at Zealan- At Q.clock dja, a date to be shortly xed. An upset price of seven dollars j1Mn? t0ok place per acre will be placed on. the stands as wel1 as ot Edmonton it being read by (autonomous rights of self g ment which are an integral and in- separable attribute of British man- those jnspnition to all Canadians I should like to congratulate His [to await instructions from relatives The deceased being jlaid in .tthe Duff Addition and that not and is not likely to go on? that property this year.- He stated that he realized that the peo- ple of the North "Ward needed and needed it badly but they must wait until the money can be appro- priated for that purpose. The city as it now. stands, he stated, J is not run by the aldermen who are placed in office for that purpose but by city officials. Tie coming election he hoped would reverse .this state of things. He thought that the North Ward .I] ratepayers should be represented on jjij the council land, that they should pledge their candidates as to what piece of ground about the site were Honor the Premier and the other gen- of months tlemen responsible for toda% s- ar- iHe was formerly a contracting car- rdngenwnts for given so pro- m Calgary and comes origin- every -available) consider mvself a place to three j ally from Brampton, Ont where his and the errand j ho-oci. RUNAWAY CAR i'black with j regal party people." With the Mce on the platform were ate to be present on this interesting chlldren lt would and child now axe occasion. I "In the four years that have pass- sigiht. (ed since the-inauguration ceremonies to for anv countrv to provide a bonnier Tt 1S supposed that the accident in- stalled They travelled by a fast to Lethbridge a j freight system, being shipped from ago from Fernie Lorrain, Ohio, on Aug 7th. Cus- toms clearance papers were sent on Sept 1st to Maple Creek customs house along -with money to pay duty. The consignment of waterworks pip- are they most fair I occurred, through heart weakness to the -hill into Medicine Hat on Sept. Wilkes Barre, Pa., Oct. run- J Governor Bulvea Premier !'ed SinCe the ceremonies to look upon, but they suggest jwhich subject. Fraser "3rd: The consignees- received no- ray car on the Hanover division oi ithe "developments-that have disting- thoughts -which cannot -fail to stir j tflat he sitting beside Mc- away the People's. Railway line at Nanti- coke near here today resulted in the death of one. man and the serious in- jury of two others who jumped aftar the car started down a steep grade Rutherford and his colleagues. Chief; Uisll0d your province the' 'imagination and -the patriotic Justice Sifttti., Justices Scott, Stu-'have ueen remarkable. Your of" everv Canadian If vour j T W- L KJ_Li. J A J VMnl increiised from to'children succeed in learning .the high- art Hon. Walter Scott, tion__ B. Lucas, Hon. Mir. Turgeon, Leod and they were sitting quietly on tice on Sept, 16th that the pipes were- in Medicine Hat and by the united? the load of lumber when McLeod ap- efforts of the consigors, the consign- patently "tried to change his position ees, the C. P. R. system and the.- WHAT DO YOU OF President Tory of Alberta Univer- sity, Senators Hoy, Talbot, Prince and Douglas. Hon. Frank Oliver, Dr. J3L Clark, TJeutena-nt Governor master of ceremonies, tiers has proved a magnet "of com- piness is to be ii pelling power calling from 'the pro v- hearted and Jcsson be taught. in your {and feil off- The deceased had not freight ciref.vfc Hrnis consignment ot "The prosperity of your early set- schools, That the greatest hap- j been drinking. He was about forty pipe climbed the